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Stardew Valley meets Far Cry Primal in stunning Steam game

Sam Cawley

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Stardew Valley meets Far Cry Primal in stunning Steam game

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This Steam game is a bizarre blend of Far Cry Primal and Stardew Valley, and we’re here for it.

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With a near-endless supply of farming and life simulators, it takes something exceptional to stand out amongst the rest. None ever seem to come close to the peaceful perfection of Stardew Valley, but this one is definitely worth consideration.

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It’s called Roots of Pacha, and it’s available on Steam right now. That comparison to Far Cry Primal crossed with Stardew Valley might sound odd, because it is, but there’s really no better way of summarising it.

As you’re very own cave person, you’ll survive the wilds by taming beasts, harvesting supplies and chatting with the locals, with dialogue that’ll likely consist of grunts and hand signals given the time period.

The official description sells it better than I possibly could, which reads: “Be a part of a thriving stone age community. Discover “ideas,” domesticate crops, befriend animals, and contribute to the growth of your village. Play with friends in co-op or explore the early days of civilization in single-player.”

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Taming mammoths with your friends online sort of gives Ark: Survival Ascended vibes, just with more basic gameplay and visuals. The Stardew Valley inspiration is clearly visible too, especially with the emphasis on farming new crops and building relationships with your fellow community members.

So far Roots of Pacha has received nothing but overwhelmingly positive reviews on Steam, so it’s definitely one to consider if you’re looking for a new game to play, and it’s surprisingly cheap too. The full-game can be purchased for £21.99, and you can also get the soundtrack if you’re willing to spend a little bit more.

There’s so much to do in this game it’ll definitely give you value for your money, so what are you waiting around for? Check it out for yourself.

Topics: Steam, PC

Sam Cawley
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